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SPOTLIGHT STORIES

PMHS’ first Pep Rally of 2022-2023 school year!

By Payton C. and Harley G.

Sept. 29, 2022


The PMHS staff and students are extremely excited for this year’s first pep rally! The pep rally will take place Friday, Sept. 30 after first period. The classes of PMHS will go against each other in fun activities.


Mrs. Rinnier, a math teacher and the Class of ‘26 advisor, is super pumped about the upcoming event. “I’m most excited to see the freshman get involved. It is their first pep rally so I’m excited for that.”


Students at PMHS also feel the same. Sophomore Savannah Gandy said, “I’m most excited for all of the activities we are going to be doing. I think it will be very funny.”


At the pep rally, there will be many different activities that will be taking place including Ball Pass, Hungry Hippos and many others.


Another student, sophomore David Clark, is super thrilled about one of the activities. “I am excited for Hungry Hippos because I am participating in the activity.”


The student body and staff are eager for Friday. There has been a lot of feedback from students saying they are participating in the pep rally. Overall, the school is very ecstatic for the upcoming pep rally.

PMHS boys soccer blows their five game win streak

By Shiloh J. and Peyton O.

Sept. 29, 2022


The boys soccer team has been hot as of late as they had been on a five game winning streak. The soccer team’s winning streak ended at five games on Sept. 27 against a tough Pitman soccer team, losing 4-1. The team as of late has gained the confidence that they need for the rest of the season.


According to freshman Stevie Fatcher, “We were fighting and we started winning, and then we actually played better, and we didn’t suck. Basically, we're good.”


According to freshman Coen Rinnier, “I think winning a game helps our confidence as a team to go forward into playing against other teams as well.”


The boys soccer team didn’t have much hope after a slow start to the season as they lost their first two games. But since then the boys went on to win five straight games to put them in second place in the Tri-County Classic Division.

“Dahmer” is now Netflix's biggest series debut ever

By Jaedin L.

Sept. 29, 2022


Netflix's “Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story” debuted on Sept. 21 and is now Netflix’s biggest series debut yet. It has earned 196.2 million hours viewed during its first week on Netflix, according to IndieWire.


However, “Dahmer” has left many people with mixed opinions. Some people argue that the show is disrespectful to the victims and their families, while others claim the show is meant to bring light to the horrific crimes that were committed.


“Dahmer” was produced and created by Ryan Murphy and stars Evan Peters.


“Dahmer” follows the story of serial killer and cannibal Jefferey Dahmer and the 17 lives he took from 1978-1991.